In-file, UX documentation is a layer of information that isn’t part of the design itself but helps everyone to understand it better.
If you have a shared library of components in Figma and you'd like to use them in Figjam, these are the steps
A list of resources to learn product design that I wish I had when I started out.
Thought I'd play around with OpenAI's Chat CPT and ask it to write a blog article about design strategy just for fun.
Getting rid of the annoying 'name' table usability error. I started running into issues with some fonts since upgrading to macOS Ventura. The biggest issue for me happened when I tried installing Metro Sans, a paid font we use at Synq. And only with some weights, which seemed random to
Most of us use Chrome all day, every day. It makes sense to spend just a bit of time learning how to use it more effectively.
Why is it such a common design decision to use dotted canvases? And what is a digital canvas anyway?
Sorry to break it to you.
When we're designing an app's information architecture, whether we're aware of it or now, we're trying to draw a line between discoverability of options and cognitive load.
Two really great decisions are better than dozens of okay decisions. And they certainly hurt less than a bunch of poor decisions.